12 Jul 2018

Paperbabe Alice Rabbit




Hello, did you watch the football match last night? I am very proud of England for playing an honest, clean game. I am not really a football watcher, but I always watch the big English games. Croatia just seemed  to continually trip, kick, and push our players ? 

On a happier note, I was lucky enough to win a Paperbabe challenge! For my wonderful prize I selected the Alice In Wonderland Rabbit templates and face stamps. The templates come in several parts and you piece them together to create your outline, to then colour. The face stamps have multiple layers of eyes, pupils, eyelashes etc. It looked a bit tricky at first but it was very easy to follow and I soon got the idea of it - I think ! The above picture is my very first attempt at using the templates and stamps, it is far from perfect, but not too bad for a first go. 

I used Watercolours to create the background, with layers of playing card suit stamps over the top,  I also stamped and fussy cut a pocket watch, which I  added gold paint to, and glossy accents for a clear watch face. I used black and some white fun flock on the nose. I coloured my die cut flowers to match the colours in the Picture Inspiration provided by Paperbabe. To finish off I added an Alice Sentiment.

Thank you so much for visiting, let’s hope the sunny weather returns soon.

I would like to enter my Alice Rabbit into the following challenges. 

Paperbabe Challenge  Picture Inspiration

9 comments:

  1. Third time lucky to comment and post before it disappears before my eyes!!
    Your paperbabe bunny is so sweet Jannet, I can not believe this is your first attempt well done you!! I hope you have many hours of fun playing around with the templates as they are such useful guides, you will soon be creating with your eyes closed (well almost!) hee hee! Thank you for sharing your super creation over on the paperbabe/that's crafty challenge blog, I love how s/h'es peeping through the flowers.
    Creative wishes Tracey xx

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  2. It's a fabulous bunny and lovely flowers too, I think you have used the face stamps beautifully

    Thanks for joining us at stamping Sensations this month

    Joan

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  3. You made such a fantastic page with this lovely bunny!! SO cute how the bunny looks through the flowers .. charming! An wonderful creation!
    Sorry about the lost game as well. They played very well and I kept my fingers crossed for them but unfortunately slept away and was saddened to hear the result this morning!
    Happy weekend ahead!
    Hugs, Susi

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  4. What a lovely piece you made. A super Alice themed garden page which is perfect for my In the summer garden challenge I am hosting over at Country View. Thanks so much for joining us xx

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  5. Indeed Jannet, Croatia were not much better than Columbia, but we kept it clean and for a young side did brilliantly. Your garden scene is quite magical and I can tell that Rabbit is all set to pop out and chew away at the veggie patch. Many thanks for joining in with our 'In my Garden' theme at Stamping Sensations challenge.

    B x

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  6. A fantastic garden scene with a lovely fairy tale look. Beautiful made! Thanks for joining our challenge at Stamping Sensations. Marlies

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  7. Gorgeous! How beautiful are his (hers?) deep blue eyes… Thanks for sharing with us at Country View Challenges.

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  8. How cute and lovely is this card, Jannet. I love it!

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  9. Love this piece or art Jannet, gorgeous rabbit image !

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